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Jelqing has destroyed my life A warning.

Originally Posted by carlyvalente
But this is really wierd.
If I myself put in your place and something learnt form this forum went terrible wrong, I can come back here to complain a couple of times for revenge, pain or whatever but…
After 3 years with same story?
And having 2 jelqs?
O man…
Dunno the rest, but is is like the series “belive it or not”

Would I still be here typing lengthy posts about it after three years were it not a genuine story?

Surely we can put the idea that I’m doing this for enjoyment to bed now? It’s clear this is 100% genuine so could anyone who’s thinking about typing another “I can’t believe this story” post not bother please?

Thank you.

>Would I still be here typing lengthy posts about it after three years were it not a genuine story?<

Frankly, yes. There are many reasons for doing something like this. Kudos for the long haul.


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Originally Posted by willy wonka
I haven’t ignored this possibility, Cantlook. It would be a pain in the butt to expect you to go back and read through all my post so I’ll tell you that I mentioned several therapy sessions a few pages back.


I wouldn’t have posted on this thread without reading it in it’s entirety.

All I recall is reference to urologists, and several statements of personal opinion of why it could not be psychological.

But as you mentioned, it was a lot to go through and I certainly could have missed it.

Would you please be kind enough to link to it or quote it for me.


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Originally Posted by willy wonka
And my penis and scrotum are 80% less sensitive to the touch and have been for three years so there is no doubt in my mind that there is a nerve issue somewhere,

As I was reading this part of your post I was actually doing some light stretching of my penis. Seeing as I was touching it at the time I tried to imagine what it would feel like with 80% less sensation. But the trouble was, I actually don’t feel much at all when touching it, so to imagine 80% less than that just isn’t possible. But oddly, if you’d asked me how my penis felt to touch tow minutes before reading this thread, i really wuld have thought it was far more sensitive than it really is. I swear this isn’t just for convinience of my arguemtn, but I’d have guessed that it was about 75% more sensitive to touch than it actually feels. This does kind of make me think at least part of the problem is in your head. The penis would have to be incredibly sensitive for someone to notice dramatic drops in sensation to touch. Are you sure that worry you’ve injured youself is causing false memories of how your penis used to feel? As I said, I’ve got my hand on my penis right now and the truth is I just don’t feel very much at all. It’s just I think this is totally normal. I suspect when most of our members touch their penis it doesn’t exaclty tingle with sensation. Half the guys on here seem to need porn in order to stimulate themselves to get to 75% erect for jelqing, which harldy suggests they are in possession of a hyper sensitve organ. I really think if most guys imagined how their penis felt to touch and then actually touched it, they’d be shocked at little they actually feel. I suppose this is becasue we associate touch with orgasm and this is a very striking memory.

Originally Posted by cantlook
I wouldn’t have posted on this thread without reading it in it’s entirety.

All I recall is reference to urologists, and several statements of personal opinion of why it could not be psychological.

But as you mentioned, it was a lot to go through and I certainly could have missed it.

Would you please be kind enough to link to it or quote it for me.

Here:

Originally Posted by willy wonka
You’re right, it WOULD be weird had I not done anything about it in three years.

But seeing as I have consulted half a dozen specialists all around the country, have had 4 investigative procedures costing thousands of pounds, have tried cialis, have had therapy and am currently on anti-depressants (no, ED isn’t a side effect of the one I’m taking)….I’m not sure what you’re talking about?

Originally Posted by joey999
As I was reading this part of your post I was actually doing some light stretching of my penis. Seeing as I was touching it at the time I tried to imagine what it would feel like with 80% less sensation. But the trouble was, I actually don’t feel much at all when touching it, so to imagine 80% less than that just isn’t possible. But oddly, if you’d asked me how my penis felt to touch tow minutes before reading this thread, i really wuld have thought it was far more sensitive than it really is. I swear this isn’t just for convinience of my arguemtn, but I’d have guessed that it was about 75% more sensitive to touch than it actually feels. This does kind of make me think at least part of the problem is in your head. The penis would have to be incredibly sensitive for someone to notice dramatic drops in sensation to touch. Are you sure that worry you’ve injured youself is causing false memories of how your penis used to feel? As I said, I’ve got my hand on my penis right now and the truth is I just don’t feel very much at all. It’s just I think this is totally normal. I suspect when most of our members touch their penis it doesn’t exaclty tingle with sensation. Half the guys on here seem to need porn in order to stimulate themselves to get to 75% erect for jelqing, which harldy suggests they are in possession of a hyper sensitve organ. I really think if most guys imagined how their penis felt to touch and then actually touched it, they’d be shocked at little they actually feel. I suppose this is becasue we associate touch with orgasm and this is a very striking memory.

Why, because YOU can’t feel much at all when you touch YOUR penis?

What’s that got to do with MY penis?

Prior to this I’d been touching my penis for 27 years. Are you suggesting that after 27yrs I wouldn’t know what my penis felt like and recognise an instant change in that feeling?

Stop pushing this “it’s all in your head” angle and google “jelqing loss of sensation” instead. Is it the problem in all their heads too?

Originally Posted by memento
>Would I still be here typing lengthy posts about it after three years were it not a genuine story?<

Frankly, yes. There are many reasons for doing something like this. Kudos for the long haul.

Such as?

I don’t get why many are telling OP that his problems are psychological. There’s no evidence of that.
I reckon they are reacting to willy wonka’s tone.

Willy, I sympathize with you. Hopefully something fixes your problem soon.
Have you looked into supplements for blood vessel, circulation, and nervous system repairs?

Originally Posted by willy wonka
Here:


A very vague reference, and since you didn’t go into any detail, neither then nor when prompted by me, I will assume your sessions had less to do with possible causes of your injury, and more to do with how you are coping.

I think this has gone well beyond your original intent of “helping” others and has turned into something quite different, something unhealthy.

On that note, I am done feeding this fire.

I wish you the best in getting healthy again, both mentally and physically.


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Originally Posted by willy wonka
Why, because YOU can’t feel much at all when you touch YOUR penis?

What’s that got to do with MY penis?

Prior to this I’d been touching my penis for 27 years. Are you suggesting that after 27yrs I wouldn’t know what my penis felt like and recognise an instant change in that feeling?

Stop pushing this “it’s all in your head” angle and google “jelqing loss of sensation” instead. Is it the problem in all their heads too?

I had I been asked to describe hwo just touching my penis felt, only seconds before I did it, I’d have imagined it to be a hell of alot more sensitive than it was. I think that would be the case for most guys including YOU. We largely associate the feel of our penis with stimulation and ejaculation, which is why I think most of us, including YOU, would imagine our flaccid penis has a lot more feelining in it than it does, regardless of touching if for 27 years in your case, or 33 in mine.

The point I’m making is that if I thought I’d damaged it last night, just before reading this thread and then starting feeling it to see if it was okay, I’d have almost certainly been convinced I’d lost a lot of feeling. I don’t think that is at all hard for you yo understand, so stop being so defensive.

Originally Posted by joey999

I had I been asked to describe hwo just touching my penis felt, only seconds before I did it, I’d have imagined it to be a hell of alot more sensitive than it was. I think that would be the case for most guys including YOU. We largely associate the feel of our penis with stimulation and ejaculation, which is why I think most of us, including YOU, would imagine our flaccid penis has a lot more feelining in it than it does, regardless of touching if for 27 years in your case, or 33 in mine.

The point I’m making is that if I thought I’d damaged it last night, just before reading this thread and then starting feeling it to see if it was okay, I’d have almost certainly been convinced I’d lost a lot of feeling. I don’t think that is at all hard for you yo understand, so stop being so defensive.

That’s why we tell people to take a ‘penis inventory’ before they start. The penis is designed to hang out there in front of the body so it’s pretty tough. It’s not very temperature sensitive. It’s not very pressure sensitive. It can take a lot of abuse. It’s designed to.

The only parts of it that are designed to be sensitive are the inside of the foreskin and the glans, and they are quite selective in their sensitivity - they are primarily sensitive to light friction in the presence of moisture/lubrication.

Almost every man imagines their penis to be very sensitive, because of the intensity of feeling ‘it’ produces under stimulation, but that comes from the brain, not the penis. Until I was in my late 30’s I could still have a hands free orgasm purely by using my imagination, or last as long as I wanted in bed, because I understood that one essential thing:

The primary human sex organ is the brain, not the penis.

That is dealt with very well indeed in the research on male sexual circuitry here: /forum/showthread.php?t=14552 It shoudl be essential reading for every male.


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Originally Posted by Bruna
I don’t get why many are telling OP that his problems are psychological. There’s no evidence of that.
I reckon they are reacting to willy wonka’s tone.

Willy, I sympathize with you. Hopefully something fixes your problem soon.
Have you looked into supplements for blood vessel, circulation, and nervous system repairs?

I appreciate that, thank you.

And my “tone” simply stems from worry and the fact that about 98% of people on here refuse to believe my problem.

Originally Posted by joey999
I had I been asked to describe hwo just touching my penis felt, only seconds before I did it, I’d have imagined it to be a hell of alot more sensitive than it was. I think that would be the case for most guys including YOU. We largely associate the feel of our penis with stimulation and ejaculation, which is why I think most of us, including YOU, would imagine our flaccid penis has a lot more feelining in it than it does, regardless of touching if for 27 years in your case, or 33 in mine.

The point I’m making is that if I thought I’d damaged it last night, just before reading this thread and then starting feeling it to see if it was okay, I’d have almost certainly been convinced I’d lost a lot of feeling. I don’t think that is at all hard for you yo understand, so stop being so defensive.

All entirely personal opinion so much so that it’s pretty pointless discussing it.

You are making odd sweeping generalisations about what every man feels when he touches his penis. We largely associate the feel of our penis with ejaculation and stimulation? Er no WE don’t. YOU do. I associate the feeling of ejaculation with ejaculation and the feeling of stimulation with stimulation. My penis is less sensitive when i hold it to urinate. My penis is less sensitive than it was when I wake up in the morning and give it a rub as most men do. My penis is less sensitive than it was when I pull my underwear down and put a new pair on in the morning. Okay?

Let’s just say you’re attempting to explain, and dismiss, something you’ve never experienced. It’s a bit like me commenting on someone who is going through chemotherapy. I have no right to tell that person the nausea “isn’t as bad as you think it is” because I’ve never experienced it. Should you experience what I am experiencing one day you will say to yourself “wow, I know what he meant now, what the hell was I talking about?”.

Originally Posted by firegoat

The only parts of it that are designed to be sensitive are the inside of the foreskin and the glans, and they are quite selective in their sensitivity

So you only feel the insides of a a woman’s vagina with the top 5th of your penis?

There’s some very odd opinion posing as fact being thrown around here.

A simple experiment here, take out your penis, close your eyes, now faintly run the top of your index finger from the root of your penis down the shaft to just below the glans.

Can you feel it? Does it tickle? Is it pleasurable?

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